DescriptionChris Emmett. Texas Camel Tales. Incidents Growing Up Around an Attempt by the War Department of the United States to Foster an Uninterrupted Flow of Commerce Through Texas by the Use of Camels. San Antonio: Naylor Publishing Company, 1932. First edition. 8vo. xv, 275 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's original tan suede cloth over boards with title printed in brown on the spine. Light scuffing and soiling to boards; contents tight. A very good copy in a darkened dust jacket with some loss the extremities and a larger piece missing from the top edge of the rear panel.
Reference: Basic Texas Books 55D.
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